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good morning bay area. let's get up and get going. >> this is abc7 mornings. >> it's saturday, january 27th. good morning, and thank you for joining us. i'm chris nguyen. let's start with a first look at the forecast. here's meteorologist frances dinglasan in for lisa ar jeb. >> there is a shift in the weather pattern. it's going to be dry and warmer. live doppler 7 showing us the satellite image. partly cloudy conditions over some of the bay area. look how calm it is over the bay. here's what you can expect in the 12 hour planner. chilly this morning, 30s and 40s. mostly sunny into this afternoon and mild. low 50s will be the high for inland areas and around the bay.
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clear and chilly tonight. another chilly start to tomorrow. temperatures will be warming up up to ten degrees above average. i'll show you that in the accuweather seven-day forcast. exonerated 27 years later. a san jose man has a free free e today. katie marzullo explains. >> reporter: these are photos of glen payne leaving the hall of justice on friday. he is surrounded by the attorneys and volunteers of the northern california innocence project. >> this is the first case that in the california state court has been reversed on the basis of microscopic hair comparison. >> reporter: payne was convicted of kidnapping and molesting a 2-year-old neighbor girl in 1991. his conviction in large part due to expert testimony about two strands of hair. >> he made a statistical analysis as to how important that hair was. then that number was used to argue that it's so unlikely that
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that could happen that he must have been the perpetrator. >> reporter: the innocence project argued it was bad science. a judge dismissed all charges. >> it was really an honor to work on the case and help to try and get his conviction reversed. >> it's why i went to law school, to you know correct the wrongs that inevitably happen in the justice system. >> reporter: payne was actually paroled in 2005 but his freedom was hampered by the fact he had to register as a sex offender. >> for him it's just an enormous relief to finally as he says to not have to live with this anymore. >> the innocence project told us glen is spending time with his elderly mother while looking for housing and work. his father died while he was in prison. in san jose, katie marzullo, abc7 news the worst flu season in recent memories that taken another turn for the worse. state officials announced another 23 people have died because of the flu in california just this week alone. that brings the total number of
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deaths in the state up to 97. the department of health reminds to you take action to stop the spread of the flu. wash your hands, cover cause of and sneezes, and stay home if you are sick. remember, it's not too late to get vaccinated. you can kind a complete list of resources and advice on our website, abc7news.com. a u.s. customs and border patrol vehicle parked on the cal campus led to fears of an i.c.e. raid. the university and mayor of berkeley quickly sprung into action yesterday. but as it turns out customs at were actually invited to ever ka us to help people register for the global entry program which helps to speed up air travel. abc7 news reporter katie utehs spoke with the mayor. >> reporter: someone snapped this picture of a u.s. custom and border protection vehicle
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parked on the uc berkeley camp us and sent it to a latina activist group. they tweeted urgent, i.c.e. has been confirmed on the northwest side of uc berkeley. the mayor says the fear of a raid is real. >> we do know it's going to happen at some point. it is a sad reality. >> reporter: cal's undocumented student program sent out note offers its offices to students if they felt threatened. uc berkeley explained the situation with a tweet saying in part, they were invited to speak about the global entry program. floss raid. the global entry event was hosted by the office of the vice chancellor of finance. >> i just think it shows just heightened sense of concern in our community. >> reporter: the undocumented student program says the global entry program has agreed to notify them ahead of future campus visits. there will be additional global entry interviews in february and april. in berkeley, katie utehs, abc7 news. pleasant ton police are
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searching for a bank robber this. man was caught on camera at chase bank on stone ridge mall road after 10:00 yesterday modern. police say he gave the theary note commanding money. the investigators are looking for a newer model toyota camry that may have been connected with the robbery. time now is 8:05. online scammers have found a way to rip you off using bitcoin as payment a. woman in southern california is speaking out after being threatened by someone posing as a hit man. she received an e-mail demanding $2800 in bitcoin or she would be killed. she realized it was a hoax and went public with her story. >> i switched from being upset about it to, i need to get this word out. >> the fbi receives about 800 complaints a day on its website, ic 3.gov. velgors believe that represents
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about 15% of the online scams that are taking place. bitcoin is a virtual currency going directly from person to person on the internet. this is no bank involved and you can track or stop the payment. which is a perfect tool for scammers. a san jose man is under arrest this morning, accused of sexually assaulting two teenage girls after meeting them on snap chat. officers say napoleon manzano claimed he was 17 on snap chat but is actually 21. police say he took a 13 and 14-year-old girl to his house, gave both of them alcohol and marijuana and then sexually assaulted them. anyone with information about the case is asked to call san jose police. an update in the sex abuse scandal that rocked the u.s.a. gymnastics program. the entire u.s.a. gymnastics board of directors has resigned after an ultimatum from the u.s. olympic committee. on wednesday former national team doctor larry nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison for sexually abusing
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seven athletes. u.s.a. gymnastics must cooperate with an investigation into why previous reports of abuse were overlooked. abc7 news reporter alyssa harrington spoke to gymnasts in san jose, where the past two olympic trials were held to hear how the community is moving forward. >> reporter: gymnastics classes are as popular as ever at california sports center in san jose but parents like melanie admit the sex abuse scandal involving dr. larry nassar weighs heavily on their mind. >> it is a great sport. i do worry about it. i constantly keep an eye on her making sure everything is going as planned. >> reporter: david peterson has been in the industry since the 1980s and he has met some of the elite athletes who confronted nassar, including aly raisman. >> i have been appalled and flat out sickened by the activities and behaviors that occurred under this one individual. the fact there may have been people either covering up or hiding or somehow doing this at the top, the areas that we don't
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work in, is just as appalling. >> reporter: larry nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison but the amount of time it will take for u.s.a. gymnastics to regain trust remains to be seen. in a you tube video, former olympian and gold medallist shawn johnson east blasted the organization that oversees the sport she loves. >> i think gymnastics is the best sport in the entire world. but if i had a daughter right now, i wouldn't put her in it. that makes me really sad. >> reporter: peterson hasn't seen a decline in enrollment for his youth programs but is getting more questions from parents, especially about policies and procedures. and he says they follow the n.b.a. rule, never be alone with a minor. >> get to know your coach. ask the questions that are appropriate. and stay visible. don't assume everything is going to be taken care of by people that are in the trusting hands of their activities or their sports. >> reporter: in san jose, alyssa harrington, abc7 news.
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frances dinglasan is here with a review of the accuweather forecast. frances it looks like it's going to be a few days of dry weather on tap. live doppler 7 is not showing much. >> yeah, we are going to see lots of sunshine this afternoon. right now we are off to a chilly start. there are a few clouds out there. but we will be ten degrees above average in some spots. i'll let you know when and where. also ahead, another accident involving chp officers as they continue their enough is enough crackdown. plus, passion, purpose, and pride. some are pushing 80, but these san francisco dancers aren't letting anything get in their way. coming up, why this
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woodrow explains it prompted chp to further step up dui enforcement. >> reporter: the kfl highway patrol is focused on enhanced enforce men patrols for impaired drivers. out of four crashes involving chp officers three of them involved drivers suspected of being under the under the influence. one of the crashes was fatal. >> it's been a tough month. >> reporter: andrew cam leery, a husband and father, was killed when a suspected drunk and possibly high driver slammed into his patrol car on the shoulder of i-880. his partner was injured. they were on a maximum enforcement patrol looking for drivers under the under the influence. >> galvan ayes you and makes you have a sense of mission of what you are doing. >> reporter: three weeks later chp officer martin lund wick was investigating a crash on highway 4 in concord when an alleged intoxicated driver crashed into
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his motorcycle breaking both his legs. the chp tweeted, rain or shine, bringing the officer some of his favorite grub. last friday night a chp officer was investigating a traffic collision in san jose on southbound highway 101 when he was struck by a vehicle send him over an embank men. >> another foot and he could have been killed. >> reporter: the drive of that vehicle was also arrested on suspicion of dui. two chp officers and a civilian suffered minor injuries following a pursuit and crash on the a street offramp from the north bound 880 in hayward. the enforcement continues through at least super bowl weekend. abc7 news. governor jerry brown announced a plan to put 5 million zero emission cars on the road by 2030. brown's $2.5 billion plan would expand subsidies to help people buy those cars and build 250,000 electric vehicle rnl chaing
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stations and 200 hydrogen fuelling stations across the state. the spending needs legislative aprfl. time now is 8:14. a group of dancing senior citizens has fallen victim to a common crime in the bay area. the grant avenue follies was started in chinatown in the 19 50s. abc7 news reporter deon lim explains the group was giving back when it had something prshs taken away. ♪ >> reporter: meet san francisco's grant avenue follies, a most extraordinary dance troupe. these are seniors who dance with passion and a purpose. >> we love to perform for veterans and the seniors. and we started the program as a fund-raiser. >> reporter: friday's show almost didn't go on. >> we had to improvise and scramble around for more jewelry and more costumes. >> reporter: on wednesday, something happened after the follies presented the on lok senior living facility with a $40,000 doetation toward a new
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dementia care center. >> when we came back to the car we realized that it was broken into and we had lost a lot of our costumes. >> six sets of 12 costumes totaling $20,000 again. >> my costumes are hand made, priceless. >> reporter: this is where it happened in the middle of the day at the corner of bush and larkin. there is surveillance video available but because of a tree blocking the view you can see anything. >> this is a tragedy because people don't know what it's worth and yet they have to wreck other people's things just to get at it. >> reporter: while they know the chances of getting their costumes back are slim she is seniors have a strong message to whoever did this. >> don't do that again. just lucky i didn't catch them. because i would have used a sword on them. [ laughter ] >> reporter: in san francisco, dion lim, abc7 news. >> the troupe has upcoming performances in houston, seemgts, and las vegas. if you would like to help them with a donation to buy new
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costumes visit their facebook page. we have a link to it our our website, abc7news.com. happening today, thousands of people who are pro-life will hold a rally in san francisco. they will gather at the civic center then march to embarcadero plaza. this is video from last year's walk for life west coast. pro-lifers from around the country answered answer the the rally here in san francisco. they also protest planned parenthood. people who are prochoice are holding an opposing rally in support of row reproductive rights. they will meet at 11 '03 this morning, and then march at 1:00. the prochoice and pro-life rallies come on the anniversary of the supreme court decision in roe versus wade in 1973. i'm frances dinglasan. traffic will be bad in fran with the rallies.
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right nower with dealing with partly cloudy conditions over parts of the north bay and the bay area. here's a live look from mount tam. you can see how pretty it is this morning. temperatures are definitely on the cool side. lots of 40s, even some 30s out there. fran, 47, oakland, 43. gilroy 37 right now. this time we are looking from emeryville. it is quiet and calm over if bay. and more temperatures in the 40s. santa rosa, 41. low to mid 40s through novato, concord, livermore still chilly at 39. this time from mount sutro. looking at san francisco. forecast for today. partly cloudy and chilly modern. mild afternoon this weekend. the chain in the forecast and the shift pattern change starts today. then we have a dry pattern all through next week. i'll show you th forecast animation. we could see light rain falling over ukiah in the next hour.
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high pressure builds and pushes the storms to the north. so we will see clear conditions tonight and into tomorrow. very sunny conditions as well. hourly temperatures in oakland, if you are headed to the jack london square for the fan fest today. it starts at 10:00 a.m. we will be in the 50s throughout the afternoon. but it is still pretty chilly in the next hour, only in the 40s. highs today will be mainly in the upper 50s to low 60s. look for partly cloudy conditions in the north bay. santa rosa, napa at 58. san francisco 58 as well. notice more suchlk as we head farther south. that's where we will see some numbers in the low 60s can. san jose, 61. even 62 in santa cruz tonight. and tonight, overnight lows will be in the 40s and 30s once again with clear skies, especially this the north bay. napa at 37. milder in san jose. 45 degrees for you there. now, i talked about the warmup. so here is what you can expect over the next seven days in san jose. we will be near average today but notice tomorrow we are going to warm up.
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a little dip on monday. and then by the end of the work week, 70 degrees expected in san jose. that's a good ten degrees above normal for the beginning of february. we had a lot of rainfall in january. so we are above average, even about 144% of normal for the month of january. but season to date, still below average. anywhere between 60 to 75%. and what we could really use is snow. right now, snowpack is only 29% of average statewide. unfortunately, we are to the going to see any of that in the next seven days. here's the accuweather seven-day forcast. a chilly start this morning. temperatures in the low 60s by this afternoon. sunny and milder tomorrow. that minor dip comes in on monday. then check it out. tuesday near 70 degrees inland. dry throughout the week. get your sunscreen and sunglasses out. you can put the umbrella away. you can get your car washed. because we will be mere 70 degrees as well towards the end of the work week.
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mornings has a look at some ways to spend your weekend from our partners at hoodline. >> should be a beautiful weekend to spend time outdoors in san francisco. and if it's something you enjoy, why not help make your city greener? the well-known group friend of the urban forest kicks off their planting season for 2018 this upcoming weekend. they are planting sidewalk gardens in the bernal heights neighborhood friday and saturday. they plant urban gardens once a month and trees twice a month. i spoke to the executive director. he tells me the organization is doubling its efforts in 2018, hoping to plan plant more than 2,000 trees. that's nearly twice compared to previous years. >> in the past we have needed 40 volunteers for each planting. now for tree planting we need about 80 volunteers for every two weeks, which is lot more people. >> you can sign up to help on line. it is free. also this weekend, for cyclists, the sf bicycle coalition is offering a free
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workshop specifically for you to learn how to ride at night or in any type of weather. it's saturday, january 27th, from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the anza branch public library. there will be prizes and giveaways of condition necessities. if you are a dog lover, the 2018 golden gate dog show is happening a the cow palace. the show features 175 breeds and more than 1500 degrees a day. it starts saturday at 8:00 and sunday at 5:00 p.m. general admission is $18. kids and seniors just $15. there is a best puppy show. don't miss that. for more events head over to abc7news.com and click on the hoodline section. i'm jessica castro abc 7 news. the paris zoo is currently closed as animal experts try the wrangle runaway baboons.
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52 of them got out of their enclosure yesterday. humans were evacuated. the staff was able to round up all but three baboons. none were hurt. the three are on zoo property and expected to return to the pack soon. baboons are known to stick together. an injuried turtle found behind the redwood city target for is recovering. it has a three inch crack in her shell sp may have been hit by a car. shell cracks are often fatal but with treatment the shell can be restored. the turtle is getting pain medicine, antibiotics and regular soaks in clean water. officials say she is a western pond turtle, nature to the bay area and probably was not a pet. still the come, democrats in congress are pushing for new legislation to protect the special counsel amid reports the president allegedly ordered the firing of robert mueller. also, flu season is getting worse across the country. coming up,
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we look from walnut creek. it is a capitol hilly modern. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. mostly sunny by lunchtime and mild this afternoon. in the low 60s for most of us. it's going to be a clear and cool even tonight. we have high pressure building, warm days ahead and even ten days above average i'll show you more with the accuweather seven-day forcast coming up. to developing news in afghanistan, where a suicide car bombing has killed 95 people andrd j at least 158 others. the explosion went off this morning in the capital, kabul. the taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack. afghan officials say the attacker used an ambulance to get through a security checkpoint telling police officers he was transporting a patient to a nearby hospital. president trump is facing serious questions about reports that he sought to fire robert mueller last june. this morning, democrats in congress are pushing for a new legislation to protect the special counsel, but will republicans join them? abc news reporter david wright
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has the latest. >> reporter: as president trump returned to the white house -- he was in no mood to answer any questions about the russia probe. in davos, too, he dodged. >> mr. president, did you seek to fire robert mueller? >> fake news folks. fake news. typical "new york times" fake story. >> reporter: but overseas that line of attack. >> it wasn't until i became a politician that i realized how nasty, how mean, how vicious, and how fake the press can be. >> reporter: didn't go over so well. the notion of fake news got booed. abc news has now confirmed the president did seek to fire mueller last june, one month into the job, until, according to the times, white house counsel don mcgahn threatened to quit. at the time, the president made no secret of his wish to be rid of mueller and the investigation. the president's long time friend
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chris rudy certainly had that impression and said so last june. >> i think he is considering perhaps terminating the special counsel. i think he's weighing that option. >> reporter: but at the time, trump denied that was the case. >> i haven't given it any thought. >> reporter: any attempt to fire mueller could be a factor in an obstruction of justice case. >> i can't say that i'm surprised but i'm deeply disturbed by this president seeking to do something that to me is tantamount to authoritarianism. >> reporter: congress how now move to protect mueller by blocking the president's ability to fire a special counsel, just in case. >> now, in light of the president's intent becoming clear, i hope that that legislation would be taken up and passed immediately by both houses. >> the important thing though is the president hasn't fired him. the president has let him continue to go and go and go and did. >> reporter: david wright, abc news, washington. happening today, representative jackie spehr is looking to hear from you at a
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town hall meeting. people can share their thoughts about the state of the country one year after president trump took office. today's meeting begins at 10:00 a.m. at ingrid b. lacy middle school in pacifica. it's part of a series of town hall meetings hosts by spehr in the area. merrick ferrell is taking a break from his venture capital gig to focus on the city. he is the managing director of thayer venture as firm that invests in tech companies. the examiner reports he will be on sabbatical until his stint as mayor until june. the city requires him to serve as mayor full time and prohibits him from working a private job. time now is 8:33. disturbing new numbers from the cdc on the flu epidemic. it's getting worse especially among children and baby boomers and the flu season still hasn't reached its peeks. we have the latest on the efforts to fight the ep emkick.
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>> reporter: this morning, new numbers from the cdc show the percentage of patients dieing from the flu and pneumonia going up. among the victims, this healthy 47-year-old mother sp bride to be tying suddenly this week in bam pam after coming down with influenza. >> you can't describe the loss, the hole that you feel. >> reporter: in tennessee, 33 yearly father craig childress. >> he didn't go to the doctor. he thought he could tough it out, i guess. he didn't get the flu shot this year. >> reporter: the cdc says 49 states are reporting widespread flu activity, which is impacting the elderly the most. baby boomers also getting hit hard. and so far, 37 children have died from the virus with experts estimating the actual number may be twice that that we know about half of those pediatric deaths have no underlying medical conditions. they are otherwise healthy children. >> reporter: doctors warning sometimes a robust immune system can actually work against a
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patient. >> a lot of times the biggest issue with the flu your body's response can be very aggressive. >> reporter: hospitals across the country so far treating nearly 12,000 people with the flu this season sill not ott its peak. some hospitals have been so overcrowded they have had to divert ambulances. still doctors say anyone with severe symptoms should not hesitate to seek medical attention. on a lighter note, the girl scout cookie countdown is on. sales start on monday. cookies arrived at the san francisco marin food bank yesterday. the food bank shared this video of 13,000 cases now waiting for girl coutts to pick them up this weekend so they can start selling. the food bank partnered with the girl scouts more than 20 years to provide temporary space for the cookies? >> 70% of the sales stay in the bay area to support the girl
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scouts. rock stars are coming to the rescue of some furry friends in walnut creek. tony la russa's animal shelter will host their annual concerts. proceeds from the gala will benefit the foundation, which has adopted 37,000 homeless animals since its founding in 1991. still ahead on abc7 mornings it's dancing with drones, i-pads, can all sorts of other technology. we will show you the high-tech production coming to san jose for one night only. first as we head to break the time right now is 8:36. our mount tam camera showing the cloud cover
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welcome back, everyone. a live look outside this morning from our santa cruz camera. might be a nice day to head down to the coast and get some fresh air. meteorologist frances dinglasan returns in a little bit with the full accuweather forecast for us and lets us know about a warmup that's on the way. >> the morning a warning this if you use the manzanita park and ride lot in mill valley. tongue twister. caltrans is closing the lower portion of the lot today because it expects the lot to flood. high tide right side expected toer the next several days. the lot often floods during king tides. it should reopen on friday. frances is here now. all right. let's talk weather.
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>> we have got a warm up in store for us. i want to show you this live shot of tahoe. it's great to head out there this weekend. they have had a lot of snow. unfortunately, no snow expected the rest of this week. it's going to be dry and warm for us. more about that coming up. also ahead, the warriors are getting tonight for a possible preview of the nba finals as kyrie irvin and
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time right now is 8:4. we are taking a live look outside from our golden gate bridge area. how long will the clouds stick around? frances dinglasan will answer that in the accuweather forecast. >> in sports, a spoiler alert if you recorded the australian only women's championship. halep versus wozniacki, each bidding to one their first gran slam title. wozniacki won 7-6, 3-6, 6-4. she will be ranked number one in the world when the new rankings come out on monday. she is engaged to former warriors star david lee. tonight the warriors host the celtics.
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larry beil has a preview in this modern's sports report. >> good morning everybody it's bing billed as a possible nba finals preview. warriors, best record in the league. celtics, best record in the east. they meet today. oracle arena. watch it 5:30 p.m. here on abc7. back in boston in november, warriors blew a 17 point lead. they lost 92-88. kyrie irving went for 16 points fuelling the bs' comeback sending a golden gate seven game win streak. now the rematch. >> the way they play. the way they pass. the way their move on offense. their defense intensity has been top level for the whole season. >> and they have got a really good roster. and then kyrie is spectacular. you know, and we know him awfully well from a different uniform. >> rockets in new orleans. fear the beard. houston down 20. they roar all the way back. trevor ariza.
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excuse me, taking my time. that ties it of the pelicans don't fold off a jrue holiday hicks. king to demarcus inside, and one. here's where things go tearily wrong. for the rebound, hustles in, tears his achilles tendon there. season is over for cousins. free agent to be. that could be a $175 million injury. the pels win 115-1 13 but really end up losing. >> women's college host, stanford hosting arizona state.e stanford won 74-50. and the cal women win big over arizona, 63-39. round two for tiger woods at torrey pines. back after a year layoff. not happy early.
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struggled. frustrated. three shots away from the cut. on the back nine woods rallies and birthdays has final hole. finished with 71. 1 under, makes the can you tell, he will play this weekend but he is ten strokes off the lead. >> x games. check out brett turcotte on the snow mobile. do any trick that you want and live to talk about it. turcotte wins his second gold medal in aspen. levi novalli, upside down. fancy. this is how i would do it if i would do it. joe parsons. that's my man. spins around. and the finish is -- backwards. high degree of difficulty. oh, he stuck the landing right there. and he didn't win! that's a wrap on morning sports. join us for warriors and celtics, 5:30 right here. have a great weekend. i'm larry beil. and the warriors and celtics game is told by toyota after the
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game with larry, mike shumann with player interviews from arcal arena. donald foil, and kerry kieting in stud know. the show starts atcal tonight. now an accuweather update. >> live doppler seven and the satellite image showing partly cloudy conditions over part of the north bay and some of the bay area. but it is quite clear in the south bay. check out the view from mount tam. you can see how clear it is out there over the bay. in san francisco, 47, oakland, 43. mountain view and "gma" at 41. gilroy still in the 30s at 39 degrees. half moon bay already at 50 degrees. this time we are looking out towards the bay bridge. more temperatures mainly in the 40s for the most part. santa rosa, napa, novato, fairfield, concord low to mid 40s. livermore at 39 degrees. here a pretty you from walnut creek. seeing high clouds over the bay area. we are going to have a partly cloudy and chilly morning. milder afternoons, though.
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that starts today. and even warms up tomorrow. then we have a dry pattern all through next week. you can put the umbrellas away unless you are in ukiah. here's our forecast animation. we are seeing a storm pass to the north of us. so there could be drops in this nebs hours in you a. they have already had .06 this morning. high pressure builds and pushes the the storm off to the north. clear skies throughout the night. sunny skies all through the week. tonight cloudy and cool in the modern hours. warming up to the upper 50s this afternoon with more sunshine. clear and cool tonight. ties tomorrow will be in the upper 50s and low 60s. partly cloudy conditins with high clouds in the north bay. santa rosa and napa at 58. san francisco as 59 as well. warmer south. fremont 60, san jose.
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morgan hill at 61. more sunshine for you ier on helps warp things up. with a clear night overnight lows will be on the cool side, once again, 30s and 40s f. you are planning on doing anything outdoors tomorrow morning you will need a jacket. napa, 37, lots of low to mid 40s around the way. fremont, 4 as well as palo alto, and san jose at 45 degrees. here the warmup. get ready. we've got that dry pattern ahead. so today at average. but we will be well above average starting tomorrow. even near 70 degrees for tuesday and then we will be hanging on to that warmth all through the rest of the work week. i'll show you the accuweather seven-day forcast. lots of sunshine. unfortunately, no rain in sight. would he could use the rain, and snow. so we have a chilly start this morning. know 60s this afternoon. sunny and milder tomorrow. hitting the upper 60s in some inland areas. a minor dip on monday.
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but then you are 70 degrees inland on tuesday. pdry wednesday through the end f the work week. and we will just be well above average for the beginning of february, with plenty of sunshine. so get the sun glasses and the sunscreen out. and you can give the umbrellas a break. >> if we don't have the rain, at least let's enjoy the sun, right? >> exactly. it is really mild bay area temperatures. >> frances thank you. time now is 8:50. >> this suspect your typical dance troupe. they have been on tv talent competitions and performed aed the olympics. tonight they are coming to san jose. we have look at the group that's shining a spotlight on technology. >> reporter: the internet is abuzz about 11 play, the dance troupe that performs this number with 24 drones. >> it didn't stand out like a gimmick it. it stood out like a convergence of art overlaying with the technology. >> reporter: and drones are just the beginning. 11 play performs with i-pads and other connected things.
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>> it's funny you say things. that's actually the title of the program. they are using things in their dance. they are using lasers. they are using drones. they are using three dimensional objects. >> reporter: all to have an artistic conversation about what those things mean to us. >> we have human reactions to objects. whether it is our i-phones our our computers. we have these personal attachments. >> reporter: san jose will be the first stop on 11 play's first ever u.s. tour. when they arrive they will be bringing a lot of luggage. these light up cubes are among the many things that come with the dancers from tokyo along with a full staff to operate them. >> there is 12 people on tour and five performers on stage. it stakes drone operators, videographer, sound engineers. >> reporter: the hammer theater began the process a year ago to make 11 play the first piece of its new art tech series. >> these different groups that we are presenting in the series melded the technology with their story telling. >> reporter: they have performed in augmented reality, the dancers side by side with their
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own digital avatars. 11 play's effects come from the rhythm mattics. it weaves the digital into the analogue of dance. >> months and months and months of preparation for one night. that's the magic of theater. next, baseball season is around the
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welcome back, everyone. here are the winning numbers from last night's $76 million mega millions drawing. 10, 16, 27, 38, 43, the mega number, 1, nobody picked all six. so tuesday's jackpot goes up to $89 million. happening today, fans of the oakland a's can get an autograph and a photo with their favorite players. you will have a chance to meet with players, coaches and alumni. get to know the team during question-and-answer sessions on the ferry lawn. or get your merchandise signed. the a's unveiled a kelly green jersey that will be worn at home games on fridays in 2018. the jersey serves as a nod to the team's rich history as kelly green became part of the team's colors in 1961. friday's this year will feature
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more ballpark entertainment. fans are encouraged to wear green every friday. purchase at the fan fest. we are dealing with cooler temperatures right now. in the 40s for the most part. san francisco 47. half moon bay already at 50 degrees. lots of 40s out there. it's going to be cool for the next few hours. this afternoon we will see the upper 50s to low 60s. upper 50s in santa osa and napa. san francisco, 58. oakland, if you are heading to the fan fest, warming up to 59. low 60s in the south bay in "gma" and morgan hill. check out the accuweather seven-day forcast. it is dry and sunny. milder tomorrow. and ten degrees above average by tuesday. the warmth hangs on all through the rest of the work week. so get those sunglasses out. it's going to feel like spring. >> i was just go to say that
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frances, thank you. and thanks to you for joining us on abc7 mornings irm' chris nguyen alongside frances dinglasan. abc7 news returns at 4:30 p.m. it will be followed by nba countdown. then dubs on 7, the nba's two best teams square off at oracle arena with the dubs facing the celtics. that vold by toyota after the game. -- followed by toyota after the game. the news continues now on line, on twitter, facebook, and instagram. we'll leave you for now with a live look outside from our east bay hills camera. go out and make it a great day, everybody.
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